Salee Colour Public Company Limited

Was founded on August 13, 2003 to be a manufacturer of high concentration color and additive masterbatch, ready to use compound for serving all thermoplastic processes and applications. By year 2007, we expanded our filler masterbatch capacity and established “Poly Merit-Asia”our affiliated company, of which received an approval to be a BOI-promoted company since 2013

We are evolving in converting thermoplastic industries by the last 10 years with expand our own capabilities and well experienced staff members, both in production, research and development center to cover various applications in filler, additive color masterbatches and compound, toward the requirement of our customers and response to the growth of demand from domestic and export market. Moreover our production process is certified and approved by ISO9001 : 2015 standard which would ensure our high consistent quality, administration and management system, meet the standard.

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Corporate Social Responsibility / Sustainable Development

Salee colour considers work activities within sustainable development framework according to the Securities Exchange of Thailand (SET). We have analyzed and identified both external and internal stakeholders’ expectations to understand stakeholder needs and prospects for future expectations change. To ensure communication with stakeholders is clear and tailored to their specific needs.

[Prime Minister’s Industry Award 2020] Salee Colour Public Listed Company was recognized for an outstanding achievement in quality management at the Prime Minister’s Industry Award 2020

Salee Colour Public Listed Company was recognized for an outstanding achievement in quality management at the Prime Minister’s Industry Award 2020 H.E. General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand, presented the award to Mr. Peerapun Chivaporntip, Managing Director. The ceremony was hosted by the Ministry of Industry at the Thai Government House Santi Maitri Building on December 14, 2020.

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“Salee Colour Virtual Run 2020”

COLOR Run for Charity, in collaboration with Salee Colour internal employees to organized with a theme of Salee Colour Virtual Run 2020 held on 9 September,2020 the charity with maiA Virtual Run that need to accumulate target to 3,000 KM. (For 1 KM. = 10 Baht). This will go to Thai Red Cross Society for Queen Savang Vadhana Memorial Hospital, the activity were fun and helped motivate employees to have unity in the organization, and strengthen their body and mind.

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From corporate sustainability to social sustainability

The company supported face shield to medical personal in Samutprakarn province, The list of the hospitals namely below: – Muangsamut Hospital – Ramathibodi Hospital Mahidol University – Samutprakarn Hospital This is to encourage to fight the covid-19 crisis. The corporate sustainability is social sustainability.

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Sharing and Caring, year 4 (Creating Good Relationship with Youth, Society, Community and Company)

Sharing is Caring, In 4 years participation this is a project to deliver of happiness to children in local community. We Volunteered to improve the school environment of Klong-Sao Thong School.                 We had painted and renovated some few areas in school such as, activity areas – where children enjoy the program that we prepared for them. Also, restroom to be more hygienic for the children to used.                 We also provided scholarship for the children who’s top of their class and studied well. This is to encourage them to study harder and to enhanced more of their knowledge for

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COLOR has been selected into the list of sustainable stocks for the first year.

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) announced  Salee Colour PCL or COLOR to be listed companies with outstanding performance on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) aspects on the Thailand Sustainability Investment (THSI) list for 2019. THSI list is based on sustainability assessment questionnaires in 19 categories, covering economic (including governance), social and environmental dimensions. Companies selected for THSI list must score at least 50 percent on the assessments in each dimension, or those which are components of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) and meet qualifications criteria.

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